18 Burst results for "Dr Miller"

"dr miller" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

01:57 min | Last month

"dr miller" Discussed on 20/20

"Although investigators found no physical evidence in the maguire's home they did find something significant. Bill core after bill is car was recovered. in atlantic city. Our criminalist was able to locate several pieces of small flesh. These pieces of flash are an artifact of bill maguire's body being articulated. The phrase was used human sawdust. Human sawdust is a term that did not exist until this case as i understand it found particles that to me. Look like it could be possibly human tissue. Dna results indicated that the flesh belong to bill. Mcguire what this really was was a few pieces of microscopic skin cells. That were a little bit deeper than the skin. We passably shed. Couldn't those tissues the tissues. You looked at the shed from a live. Human being. It cannot be shared from live human being. It's not a typical shedding process on their theory. Was that this nurse who was kind of so meticulous. Had somehow just forgotten to wipe the bottom of shoes that she accidentally tracked these cuban sawdust particles of bills quartey from the house to the car. Thank you your honor. There were eighty one witnesses and seven weeks. Good morning dr miller. Dr miller was the testimony that everyone was most anticipating. He was going to be the big star of the trial toy was hurrying affair and my life.

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Speaking  & Living  the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Speaking & Living the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

"Dr miller. Thank you so much for joining me again. You are such a voice of encouragement for me. As i listen to you on a daily basis in trying to make sense of really what can only be described as confusion and chaos. That something that you describe it as often as well whether it's coming to gender identity and the sexual and moral revolution that you talk about so much you're just the intricacies of policy in court decision so first of all. Thank you for that. Can you give a little bit of first briefing. Courage meant to christians who really just want to bury their head in the sand and to not look at. What's going on culturally and politically and just pretend like none of it's happening because we don't know what to do about it. Do you think it's important for us to kind of keep abreast on what's going on and why looks great to be with you. Allie beth and yes. I do want to offer that word of encouragement to christians not to stick our heads in the sand and try to ignore or be oblivious to what's going on because it's not just that we we have to be faithful to christ in the midst of our times we. We have to understand what we're up against there but it's even more importantly out of love for christ's church for fellow believers for our own children and grandchildren need to be thinking through these issues even ahead of the culture in order to be faithful when the culture throws the the next the next weapon at us and frankly they're coming fast and furiously and just love her own children and grandchildren and the determination that they grow up and be faithful to christ. It requires that we be very aware of the things going on around us. i understand. It's daunting and painful. And it's complicated. But the church of the lord. Jesus christ has all the resources we need to confront these issues with faith and without fear. That doesn't mean that that we don't understand what we're up against but we respond with faith and without fear. So that's a good word of encouragement knowing the truth is a good biblical. Principle and denying reality is never faithfulness.

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"dr miller" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Dr Miller says every possible patient with pancreatic cancer should be enrolled in the clinical trial because standard treatments aren't enough. Marilyn Haider KOGO News, a Dubai skyscraper going above and beyond to impress the Address Beach resort was awarded to Guinness World Records this week. Which apparently you can get a Guinness world record for anything one for the highest outdoor infinity pool in a building. It can be found on the resorts Rooftop at 964 Ft. Kris Jenner offering a word of advice about divorce. Okay, general, told the Wall Street Journal. Her advice to anyone going through divorces to put the kids first, she explained. If that's done, love is going to get anyone through the difficult time, she revealed. She used to put her kids to bed and then cry herself to sleep so that her Children didn't have to attend a pity party. This comes as her daughter Kim Kardashian is in the process of divorcing Kanye West, the to share four Children together ages seven. Through one All right. It's time for news about your money We're selling is brought you by bay alarm. Protecting your business like nobody's business and stimulus checks just gave a big boost to retail sales were guys. Yeah Stimulus checks did just give a big boost Retail sales. Just look at the data sales at US retailers left almost 10% in March. Thanks to the $1400 Tim you those checks and an accelerating economy That's likely to stay in the fast lane through the spring, and the summer receipts climbed 9.8% last month. That's according to the government just yesterday, but import prices. Here's the Bad news. Import prices jumped 1.2% in March that adds to rising inflation. Also, the cost of imports surged for the fourth month in a row. You might remember Tuesday, consumer prices surged again as inflation marches higher and the chief economy for Moody's Analytics, one of those respected research and credit firms in the world, says that Joe Biden's latest program could pump up inflation as well. So in layman terms, so in layman's terms, it makes the next recession sooner than later. Way sooner. The moral of the story will probably see a bit of a surge of inflation. But probably not as bad as the news of sand. Dow Jones NASDAQ s and P all in the right direction this morning Dow Jones s and P all in record territory again. Dad runs a 187 34 to 23 s and P up, 10. It 41 81 NASDAQ currently at 14,007 and coming up here at 7 55. I'll tell you what's driving the market this morning coming up. All right, Sully. We're open to get answers from officials in Indiana on what drove a man to kill eight people at a FedEx facility plus your traffic and your weather. Kogo news time 7 27 with 24 7 customer service and guaranteed repairs. You're progressive policy works the way it's supposed to go on like this Stressful meditation guide. Take a deep breath.

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"dr miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Staying at home. You're practicing social distancing and always wearing a mask that netted for everybody, But for people that have those kind of conditions staying at home, and so that has really had an impact. Absolutely. And it's a shame, too, because again, you know, we like you said, you know, we want to be more, you know, surgically precise with the type of, you know, blood we're giving, you know, especially these infants in the more proteins and the more similarities that the blood has You know the better and and Ah, mine. My next campaign. I'm working on daylight savings time after this. I definitely want to work with you, Dr Miller on more blood drives, you know, in the African American communities where we could, you know, ensure their safety, You know, in terms of covert, which American Red Cross is doing to help get more blood, so make sure after all, this is After we get through the next few weeks, let's work together on that more were talking to Dr Miller. Executive Medical. Oh, my God, I love you guys. A vet Miller, executive medical officer of the American Red Cross. We have a few minutes left. You know, we Walk people through why the blood donation now more than ever, is kind of at risk. And you know, beyond Cove in what have you seen in terms of trends of people donated blood? Well, one of the most important another one of the most important challenges is that we collect about 25% of our blood supply from high schools and colleges. And so now that high schools and colleges are not in session, that's another huge talent that we're trying to overcome. We're certainly doing, you know, direct to the donor into the community outreach, but it's very difficult when we are not in our traditional spaces. Be able to hold those blood drive. So we absolutely do need people to host blowjob. So thank you so much for for that, for that promised to support and work with us because we really needed in every community and and you know, for those of you that you know of the schools are empty. For those of you know you that live in areas where you know school has been online. You know, reach out to us so we could figure out how to convert the gym. You know, we could still hopefully used these buildings you know, and be able to social distance I gave blood last week. Everybody was wearing masks pp. You know, everybody was still there was major, not even 6, ft, social distancing even more and the chocolate chip cookies nice and wrapped. So I still got to have my chocolate cookies totally called it free. I mean, it was really, really easy to dio, you know, and that's talking to cookies out there. He has me. Um, it's Anything else you'd like to tell our listeners about only when one of them think, Teo, the American Red Cross is still testing our blood for antibodies. I'm unfortunately still antibody negative to Cove it But for those of you curious about your antibodies status so that you could possibly help with convalescent plasma. Even though the couple of the plasma start to go back and forth with debate. I'm a huge fan of that. And Dr Miller. You guys were still testing for antibodies. Absolutely. We are still testing for antibodies so and definitely come out and donate. But every donor of important pieces of information every person at this donut has to have an appointment. We do not take walk ins anymore. So appointments have to be scheduled ahead of time, and there were two people to be collected. Okay, First, you can call 1 800 Redcross. And identify in your area where blood drives are. You can also go on to red cross blood dot org's and put it in and you can identify put in your ZIP code and identify where places to donate and be available. Okay. Fantastic. Dr. Miller. Thank you again so.

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"dr miller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr miller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The website, Dr Miller. I want to mention a few times but give give the website if you'll be so kind just so that people can even as we're talking, check out and follow along. Well, I don't have a website, but I have an email address, E mail address and anyone who would like to send questions evidence. It's lime Miami. Diagnosis. Camp. Gmail dot com. Again. I use the wrong phrase when he said a website. The thing that that is amazing about this is that people get in contact with you, and he actually answers your questions. It's is an incredible guy. If someone is diagnosed a cz having lying disease, and there's all sorts of questions about false positives and false negatives with which we can get into. But if someone thinks that they have had that they have contracted Lyme disease. Mom. Water doctors. They're going to put him on a treatment, which you think is inadequate. Why? And tell us what you advocate OK. The most critical factor is the interval between the time of the inoculation between the time of the tick bite. And the time that the actual treatment has begun. Now in terms of making a diagnosis. Of course, If you see the typical skin lesion, it's it's easier to make the diagnosis. And that's that. The so called bullseye, right? Is that exactly Okay. Exactly. Now, the blood tests are typically measuring antibodies the body's production of antibodies against the organism, so Early on, when the right after the inoculation that right after the tick bite you mean system hasn't had has not had an opportunity to produce antibodies, so any testing very early will be invalid. And the The interval. If the inoculation occurs, and the treatment has begun within the first, let's say 60 to 90 days. The organism is readily available and will be susceptible to the antibiotic and it's important to understand the different bacteria consume the antibiotic. At different intervals and and the the end of the bacteria always consumed the antibiotic during the reproductive cycle and reproductive cycle of the spiral. Kaede is typically Every 28 days. So therefore In the acute infection, the patient must be treated long enough. To bracket the entire 28 days. So if the doctor prescribed the medication typically Ah, the current, uh, suggest that treatment is Dr Cycling. 100 milligrams twice a day, and it's been shown in various studies that it requires 400 milligrams a day. That's 200 milligrams twice a day. And the typical treatment duration Now is 14 days. So you go to the doctor, you get your doctor exactly 100 milligrams twice a day for 14 days and the story That's that's not adequate. You haven't covered all of those bacteria because they're not all consuming it during at 14 days, so the minimum would be 200 milligrams twice a day of the doctor's cycling. If the patient can't tolerate doxycycline, there are alternatives. And the duration of the treatment must be a minimum of 28 days. I like to extend it a little bit longer to give the medication adequate time to build up a blood level so you might go up to 40 days, 45 days. After the 1st 3 months of the infection, the organism can become a cyst and that's become sequestered, hiding deep deep into the tissue. And that sister is Impenetrable to an antibiotic. So you Khun treat that patient with antibiotics, And if that says closed, the antibiotics cannot penetrate. In that situation. It's very, very critical that the patient has to be treated with One drug toe, open assists and the second drug to kill the spire. Kaede now if the infection has been of a great, very long duration. That cystic structure is so buried that the immune system is no longer being challenged. And there are no antibodies produced and you mentioned the man from England and this is very important for your audience. To understand man from England contacted me. He has a neurodegenerative disease. I knew From his description that he had to have a positive test, but his initial tests were negative. Why? Because he wasn't producing antibodies, so I asked him to please take Provocative antibiotics for 21 days to bring out that organism and expose it to his immune system, which he did when you say proves exact same tests, Same laboratory and now the test was positive. And when and when you say, provocative treatment? Can you break that down so that I understand that my audit My audience understands that okay, the their two medications. One has to be what I call A cyst buster toe open that, sis. And there. The typical is flat jewel or a derivative of fragile called Tendo, Max. And it's usually 500 milligrams once a day. Providing the patient can tolerate it and with their doctor's approval, so that flatulent the tender Max opens. This is And then the next drug goes in and and actually killed. The Sparky brings it out. And that could be zip through my sin. You know the typical Z Pak 500 milligrams a day. So if you take five milligrams of flag of 500 milligrams, if horizon for 21 days and then get the test, in fact, then I don't even recommended patients be tested. Without pretest, provocative antibiotics. Otherwise, you're going to get a slew of The tests are negative, false name, really? Which is going to give you Ah, false sense of security. And if you can hear, because we only got a couple of minutes before the break. You have have taught me over over time and and have led me to understand and believe that a lot of the neural degenerative diseases that people deal with and develop, including things is a serious and his debilitating is less. Look, Eric disease could be caused by Pick a lime disease, which is not treated. My absolutely correctly. That's very, very, very important depending upon which organ the spire Kaede invades. If it invades the nervous system, you're gonna end up with the neurodegenerative diseases. Ah, Alice is a good example. You know. Lou Gehrig played baseball before he went to the Yankees. He played for the Hartford senators in Hartford, Connecticut, 50 miles from Lyme, Connecticut. And he had a house with a little garden. And that was his relaxation. Well, I feel very confident that that's how he got the sparky infection. But other illnesses, specifically multiple sclerosis, dementia, Parkinson's Any of the motor neuron disease is they can all the result of the infection. Other organs in the body can also be involved. If it involves different parts of the brain. You can have mental illness. Everything from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression rage, chronic fatigue syndrome. Uh And if it invades the cardiovascular system, you can get a vasculitis. Sometimes the first manifestation of the infection is a stroke. The patient has a stroke or it if invades the heart. They get a heart block. They come in with the hard block. It can invade the nerves in the lower extremities. Patients will have a peripheral neuropathy There goes, the doctor says. Get the diagnosis of prayer from their offices..

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"dr miller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr miller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Greater than any threat posed by police misconduct. Leading cause of death for young black males is homicide. Every year, Approximately 7500 black Americans are victims of homicide. The masked the vast majority of them, around 90% are killed by other blacks, mainly by gunfire. Each of those lives matter. For this reason that in selected cities where there has been an upsurge in violent crime, we are stepping up, bolstering the activities of our joint anti crime task forces. And when we come back the wit and wisdom of age he bill bar On. I will be talking about that man with the troubled history with the police, who nevertheless saved an officer from a burning vehicle. I am Laria, the triple 8971 s A G. Do not leave town. You're listening to the Larry Elder show. Wait. Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. This report is sponsored by express pros dot com enrichment, He's found 88 hilltop drive two car crash Their blocks the right lane a word. Do we have a stall? Big rigs North bound? 8 80 It's right at Dyer Street. And traffic slowing from Alvarado Boulevard. It's blocking the right hand lane North found slowing continues out to win. Samra fell by 11 at ST Vincent's Dr Miller's Creek Road. The road on ramp in north one, A one a two car crash their free car pile up in Union City. About 80 just before Alvarado Boulevard. It's all over on the shoulder. That's traffic. I'm Michael. Mark your calendars express employment professionals is once again hosting National Interview Day on August 6th. This special event supports hiring as businesses continue to.

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"dr miller" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"When you become an obstacle to more wealth you died and as time goes on she just gets more and more bloodthirsty the ingredients I'm sure got easier easier for her to kill but you almost never got a chance to become a serial killer she she came very close to get in confidence? I known murder. I think it's no murder after Dr Miller's initial poisoning conclusion another doctor Charles e Jones the sources family physician arrives and says he's been treated for an enlarged heart he concludes the death was caused by heart failure therefore you know there's no point during an autopsy death isn't suspicious question Bella. The doctors learned that her husband who's suffering from a bad cold had come home from worked out morning complaining about fearful headache Bella gave him a dose of Quinine powder then she went down to the kitchens repair dinner for the kids when she came back upstairs a short while later check on her husband she found him debt thinking as he later explained <hes> that the d. r. s. she later explained the drugs had made a mistake and giving her morphine instead of <hes>. I think it's Quinine look that went up. Dr Miller asked to see the paper in wished he powder had been wrapped and Bella reply that she had thrown that powder away how convenient just throws away the powder. It probably killed her husband with nothing but the symptoms as Bella described in the the two doctors conclude that Mars died of cerebral hemorrhage and Bella collected on both life insurance policies. She applied for the insurance money the day after her husband's funeral sources relatives found the timing all too coincidental. They thought gun is poison. Matt's surviving records suggest that an inquest was ordered by the family unclear however as to whether or not investigation actually occurred <hes> you know they wanted his body to be exhumed. Zoomed in check for arsenic had sourcing died a day earlier. One newspaper later explained his wife would have been able to collect only on the first policy for two grand or if a day later only on the second for three thousand Dinas he did she collected on both old and new policies policies total five grand which works out to be about one hundred fifty grand in today's money and in other accounts they say she walked away with eighty five hundred between the two which is over two hundred thousand dollars today not a bad chunk of change God three to five guys on the morning Thursday August second nineteen hundred did live aunt Anton source and laid to rest besides to infants children at the forced home cemetery quick word on Strychnine so nice pronounces strict Nin but I hate the way that sounds and seems to be more often brown..

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"dr miller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Job is to go out and get a job with health insurance. Thought. That's a good KOTA. Oh, yeah. He. So. I to come in on he commissioned, three young people into the Marine Corps at hillsdale that morning. And I went to that commissioning I had spoken by the way myself at the commissioning naval marines in that the week before. And it's really inspiring ceremony. If you go, of course, he was great, and they got to be commissioned by the commandant of the Marine Corps, that is quite an honor and distinction. Yes. And so during and right after the ceremony turned me said, so I'm just going to give the same speech and I said perfect, and he said he said the Marine Corps, isn't it? Yeah. For colleges. That's what it is. We decide long time ago, the only way to be successful with tell students probably too hard for you. I wouldn't come. I repeat that on the radio this morning. This is probably too hard for you. I wouldn't come. Snowflake business, right? You've gotta you've gotta work hard. You have to have courage to keep at it. See. And that's why we produced so many kids pound for the Marine Corps, and almost always, if they go in the military they go in the Marine Corps and the reason that hardest. And so general niller knows that. And so he, he gave the best commissioning address I've ever heard much, including my own and, and he gave it in a college to a whole graduating class is just awesome. When we come back from break, we're gonna play the meat of that. There's a lot of bone. I'm curious, did you awarded honorary degree to the commandant? I'm not sure the military allows him to accept those. Well as a matter of fact, he did he did. Oh, yeah. So he's now Dr Miller. Well, I think what he is general common. Dr. Every marine out. There is laughing right now. General. Dr robert. That's how they'll be referring to him if they know him. Well enough, they doing that, if there, better be retired actually they do that. Dr don't go anywhere. I'm coming right back. This is we'll get to the meat of, what is a remarkably short precise and stirring, commencement speech by the commandant of the Marine Corps at Hillsdale College. All things hillsdale are collected at hillsdale dot EDU, including watch it in its entirety as we did before you hear chunks that come.

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"dr miller" Discussed on TN Magic Moments

TN Magic Moments

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on TN Magic Moments

"Therapy but we also do platelet rich plasma stem cell therapy <hes> in other advanced treatments forthrightness rehabilitation for patients recovering from an injury or surgery neurologic conditions things such as that and then <hes> exercise conditioning for those patients that are a little bit wait challenged we can help them with weight loss and exercise and diet with our nutrition service and then sports medicine for those patients that are competing at a at a level and we consider all patients potential sports patients just like a person all away from weekend warriors to elite competitive athletes so might include things such as agility or hunting dogs field trial dogs eggs and of course working dogs such as police dogs military working dogs. We've treated a number of those types of patients where they really have a valuable role in society assistance dogs diabetic alert dogs in fact every year we have a day where ophthalmologist evaluate the eyes of of working and and service dogs and we do orthopedic engage evaluations you reference owners that can't believe that their animals once they come in and they're actually being treated forthrightness with a variety of modalities <hes> that they can't believe in the dhabi young again or you're getting around better. What do you get out of seeing that you see a patient. Come in that is painful and doesn't want to move and then after a period of time yeah. I think i'm still a bit of doubting thomas because they'd see these dogs. Come limping and barely able to move on. I think i'll boy we're not going to be able to do much and then you know a a month later. The dog trots in you know pulling the owner and and and it's it's a real rush every time you see that that happens a lot <hes> where you see these patients is that are are doing so much better than you would have ever imagined <hes> a case that we saw today had a <hes> a disk herniation in the neck region and when we first evaluated the dog <hes> really had no desire to try and stand no strength or anything we put him in a quadriplegic cart and then we used little elastic bands to help advance the limb so we had one person on each limb each ban pulling at the right face phase the gait cycle and then on the way back from from the hallway walk. The dog was actually moving. Both of its rear legs with the normal. Gait pattern is still still very weak still needs a lot of support but we went from a dog who an hour before had no desire to move the legs at all or even try to support their way to now beginning to use the legs after just a few minutes of therapy so again i mean i i'm always baffled by how that happens list but i think the dog skit they wanna be active. They wanna be better and there's a lotta try and a lot of just really enthusiastic participation and by dogs and their owners when they see that then we have a lot of owners that come back <hes> literally for years they come once a week or once every other week for underwater treadmill therapy therapy for the geriatric dogs just trying to give them a better quality of life very rewarding to provide that thank thank you dr miller very much for chatting with us in chapas again happy. Thank you for having me for more information about the cares program at the college of veterinary medicine visit vet mad dot tennessee dot e._d._u. and be sure to talk to your veterinarian. If you have concerns about your pets mobility remember. There's no magic without egg..

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"dr miller" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"But with if he if Brown went to San Francisco, they would have they would have some sort of offense. I think minus two and a half touchdown. I'll take Brown with that. Why would why would eleven bell have trouble in the end zone. If he was on the Texans. Well, Bill Brian knows how to mess things up constantly and Dr Miller rushing touchdowns this year. Five twice the play. All right now. And after week three. That's true. That's true. All right, brother, Brian stock. That's good. That's a good way to end that Brian. Will there be any there'd be video review for penalties in two thousand nineteen? I'm saying the no minus one eighty two. Yes. Plus one sixty what are they? I'll say no, I feeling if they're going to change something I think it'll probably be another couple of years away. I mean, the owners get to decide this, right? So I I think it would probably only be fair. If if we let the saints owner decide what they wanna do, you know, you know, who knows I have a feeling if they decide what's going to happen is if they decide to review penalties, you know, you know, the saints will lose a game like in the playoffs from reviewed penalty. I'm pretty sure that's happened that happened with the talk role in the raiders. The raiders are one of the first teams to then lose. Yeah. As a result of it. But I mean that Robey Coleman call is the worst call probably ever. But I personally don't want to see it. Because I mean, how many times I feel like on any ball? They could turn up on the air. It's probably fifty fifty chance there's some type of pass interference. So I think it'd the, you know, I it just seems like it'd be happening all the time. Like even in the in the pats Rams game on the last on the play that cooks draw the one hand to play by him when he dropped his left hand was being held. Now glad they didn't call anything because I think I kinda liked the infighting that they're doing. But if they were review that play they probably would have reviewed pets interference and called pass interference on that. So I mean, maybe what they could do is maybe in the last two or five minutes of the game. If there's like a blatant miscall where like kinda ficials during the room, and they're saying they immediately scream out like oh my God. That's like the we have to call. That that's so blatant. Yeah. That would be though, my only suggestion something like that late in the game. But I think it's. Yeah. Too many ticky tax penalty pass interference would be called. I think I would hate it. Yeah. No, I'm with you. And there's there's talk about a look I lost a ton of money on that saints bet. But I'd rather this reference get their shit together. Then have to go through changing rules and video review. And like you said that might be offensive that might be passed defensive pass interference one. If they see something else on the the replay. This thing will take forever it. It just gets to scattered after a while. But I think they're talking about a few things it's talking about another official not on the field. But in the booth who would be like that. Oh, holy shit guy who just said, no, no, no, you missed the whole thing. I'm able to see everything they could they could phone up to him right away. Not even phone just right through the headset. And do it. They're talking about that. They're they're everything else is a no as far as I'm concerned that I'm seeing they're not from what I read going to add one more review for each team. They're not if they do this review. It would only be for what they're looking at and not other factions of the of the play that really seemed to be against it for this year. I think the no my fake prop here is the winner here..

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"dr miller" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Auschwitz a lot. Like, can you? Imagine how scary that becomes. Oh, Mangla Mangla arrived about fifty miles away from his hometown of gunzburg at the door of his friend. Dr Miller Mangla almost immediately said, quote, don't believe everything you'll hear about me. It's not true. And that's all how you always want to open friends per awhile. And they may be suspect you're guilty of like massive genocide of it's always good to start with. It was not it It was. was. That's a hell of an intro. They is those the people totally bought it. See too many people in post World War Two Germany, even if they weren't Nazis. They refused to believe the atrocities of the holocaust. Remember, these are people that have been fed a steady stream of Nazi bullshitting for years upon years upon they don't know what the fuck is true. And what's not it was also against all propriety in Germany. You never asked anybody what they were doing during the war. Because really the only way you can answer is doing the none on. I don't see anything done on just cover your eyes and ears. Yup. Yeah. But that was the that was the rule in Germany is that you didn't talk about the war until someone else brought it up first and that went and double with the ones down in South America. Because those were what if you people Germans and South America knew that if you were in South America, you were there for a reason. Did hang out at the beautiful beaches. Standing uruguay. These are gorgeous places with wonderful people. Great seafood, well to these people in Germany right after the war. The news coming out about the concentration camps was nothing more than allied propaganda. And this is just a trickle effects that was coming out over the airwaves. I mean, these people were still far away from even discovering the existence of things like the group and. Mangla was almost arrested that very night a doctor Miller's house, but not because the Americans were looking for Mangla. They were after Dr Miller some Mangla just hid in a back room in waited for them to leave put a lamp shade on his head. I know Dr Mangla jilts this very sexy. Lamp don't you onto seeds the smooth body of this lamp, a hairless untaped who'd sweet German or SEL? Thinking about him thinking about his skin is making my skin crawl. Oh, spiraled by the near-miss Mangla decided to leave that very night and travel to the part of Germany that was controlled by the Russians. So he could locate the nurse who is holding his Auschwitz notes because he figured by this point he was damn close to lose them. And there was no way in hell. He was going to lose it now. Well, after Mangla retrieved, the notes, he traveled to Munich where he stayed with an old war buddy for the next month moaning about how he was innocent. And that he'd never killed or hurt anyone according to Mangla all the prisoners who had participated in his experiments were volunteers who well compensated for their time and effort with extra rations and nicer quarters. Yeah. Look when I'm when my buddy was really broken college and went to do all those medical tests. Yeah. You just volunteered. Yeah. Man. You know, what though war stories are very fun to hear remember going to the bar when you were a kid you into your from like, the non people sit there, did you ever do that when you were growing up, no VFW and Stevens point was bad s and you just hear these incredible stories, and they all laugh at parts, and then we lost Donnie, and they laugh, and you're like what's funny about this. But it's very morbid conversation only if it's funny stories and not just the grumblings of a man. Trying to hide is war crimes. My uncle can't talk about Vietnam because he was put into a fuck, and we talked to bamboo cage for two years, and he came even go past the noodle shop like you free exempt like he'll throw a trash candidate bond me- store, especially in this Brooklyn. They're popping up like oh. And they're very good. Don't don't destroy those police who mangle his idea was to turn himself in in let his name be cleared at trial. But mangoes friend told him that that was a really fucking stupid idea..

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"dr miller" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on WDRC

"Where the blood supply doesn't get to them. I take your point. But even in your theoretical example, the early antibiotics didn't cure, many kinds of bacterial infections. They were good for gonorrhea was good for pneumococcus that causes a certain ammonia is. But it wasn't good for things like staphylococcus and pseudomonas. So again, you we we really need to see the data. I wish it were true. But it's extremely unlikely. Okay. The last the last issue I want to sneak in while we got time doctors this the people in this institution have to understand that if what they have is true. Then they're their company is going to be worth billions or hundreds of billions of dollars. If what they've announced his vast overstatement or even just flatly fraudulent. They have to realize that there not only flushing their own company. But all the scientists associated with that announcement are also going to be flushing their careers. Aren't they? Absolutely. But people do irrational things. You know, there was a case several years ago when the manufacturers of apple juice, a common, apple juice. We're selling stuff that contain. No, Apple's no, apple juice at all. It was a chemical concoction major patriot company, and they had it had to be discovered. Eventually, you can't get away with that kind of thing indefinitely, and yet they did it they were prosecuted and the CEO and some of the other senior people went to prison for well. I'll tell you what Dr we're going to hang onto this interview. And in a year, we can replay it and say, Dr Miller was right or we can say, well, it turns out my hopes have been realized because I'd like to see this thing come along. And maybe someday it will Dr Miller, it's always a pleasure. Thanks so much for the time. Thank you, LARs, glad to have you on the program back in a moment. But hiring can be pretty time consuming. You post a job to several online job boards. I've done it. Only to get tons of the wrong resumes. Then you have to sort through all those resumes, just to find a few people with the right skills and the right experience those jobs. Sites that overwhelm you with the wrong.

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"dr miller" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on WDRC

"When people click on them. They they acquire Mao wear thin compromise their computers or enabled the Russians to surveilled. What they what we Americans produce on our computers. So I think that's beyond the pale. But again, I don't know whether we have the capabilities or we're actually doing that to the Russians. Yeah. And see I think that would be the better way to respond because other than that what other mechanism. Do we have? I guess one might be that if we have really firm evidence of what the Russians are doing just simply making public. You know, public announcement of that and say we're going to put all that information out there. I think sunlight's a great disinfectant. Do you think that would have any effect if we could actually document that the Russians are doing this and flush some that information out and make make Putin? Look foolish. Well, I do too the difficulty is that there's a. Strong influence of what's called information bias, so people have a certain view of something genetic engineering tracking whatever and what do they do they go to the they? Oakland, they seek out and find. Sources that confirm their their previous opinion, and then they'd become even more entrenched with with a false view of some of these. Unfortunately, that's the case Dr Miller to pleasure, and I'll look forward to talk to you more this this new year. Always a pleasure. Thank you. Dr Henry Miller with this. Glad to have you with me as well. We'll get to your phone calls and emails in the next segment at eight six six. Hey, LARs, that's eight six six four three nine five seven seven. If you have an election device enable the skill and tell Alexa, play the LARs Larson show. The LARs Larson show. Sixty s. Kennelling starting at six AM straight down memory lane music. Professor, rob the songs. Everything you remember legendary. Bears director jumbo cap for news, you can use all week long. Check out the award winning for the people every Sunday morning or podcast at nap. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts. President Trump.

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"dr miller" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"So the team physician Dr Miller comes up to me on the plane and said he had something to tell me since this was second time I was retiring and that had he told me ten years previous. It might have affected my career, and I'm wondering what might that be that he was going to say, and what he said was that on the way to the hospital that first year he lost my pulse, three times lost your pulse, three times. In other words, you nearly died three times. What does that say to the inherent violence. In the game. What it says in this way. Bob is that was in year one. I played ten more years and I have nothing wrong with me today. What it did was to cause me to understand how to play the game more safe. Now, I didn't just play it myself more safely. I would talk to other players competitive teammates about how to play the game safe even in the midst of games because there were certain things I do that with striking ability, great leverage understanding the physics that I could harm someone easily. If I had chosen, I'm seventy three and I don't have any effects from having played off sport. We are certainly glad to have you visit today. Glad to see you in such good shape and you're staunch advocate of the new rule in the National Football League. Willie linear continued good health to you, sir. Well, we've remember the league were Burt Reynolds zone to team. Donald Trump is well, we're Jim Kelly, and Steve Young quarterbacks in the money flowed until it dried up the USFL what time it was..

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"dr miller" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Or you have a medical issue, your gut by biomass off, it's causing your migrants. You're not going to get better by just taking migraine medicine. So these are fundamental concepts and functional medicine and wanted to start by asking, how do you come up with these beautiful simple elegant ways of thinking that change everything about what we believed about disease and health hard to say, how come up with it at a must say, it's. It's just simple mindedness really, I think that I, I started with a very simple principle from the doctor that I studied with. So to speak was a guy who is working on a mission hospital and cotton undo napalm, all and I fed up there because of the of the directions of two old ladies. I met an Indonesia who wonder why I was sitting there with the Chinese guy who was my history of art professor AL and we were going around the world starting history of art and and they came over to the table and said, young, man, what are you doing here? Because in Indonesia, at that time, Americans were not popular, neither Chinese people. So as in the young American Chinese guy was gone and they were there were trying to missionaries were coming around the world, the other direction they've been thrown out of China. And then I said, well, I wanna be a doctor. And then when they said, what? What am I wanted to be. When I grow up, which was a popular question for ole days and and then I said, I wanna be a doctor that you know what you should go see, Dr Miller and come on do okay. I didn't know what I was going to do after finishing this nine month of doing studying history of art with Nelson wou. It was a Chinese born professor at Yale who is on a Fulbright scholarship, and we ended up going up to Paul and knocking on the door and the ladies at the mission hospitals that what you don't, we don't want you here. But then he finally came back to town after I sat around for a few days. And so I'd love to have you hang out with me. So he would see patients together and these little little one room clinics and the valley of cotton undo seeing dutiful Nepalese people. This was nineteen fifty nine longtime ago. An apologist opened up to outside world before then hippie tired. Nobody go there. But we're just in the first couple of years of that. And during the same year that thebenz began coming over the mountains because they're having trouble with China, but and Edgar was a retired cardiologists from Wilmington, Delaware. His wife who had decided that after being in practiced late sixty five was time for them to go and do something that always wanted to do..

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"dr miller" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Diggers is going to sign off fingers crossed class over here like to know if he has ever thought of this and how it might have affected you he's older now as i'd like to know that i sure like the no right now until we get him up we find him on facebook i mean he his ability to diagnose other human beings only go so far like he's guy i don't even know if he's allowed the broken high don't know if he's allowed to take one of those little those little triangular little hammer things and hit people on the knee i don't know if he is qualified for that i mean no somebody else come into ruin andy in one full dr miller can you please come to room three fifty eight somebody needs their reflexes tested and i'm not qualified to do it this is danny oh my god the nursing profession my mother was a nurse well do you know my mother you know my mother mode damage shed i have met her guests you won't talk about courage while here about somebody who lived not just not just survived but lived this is a woman who volunteered wasn't this wasn't put on her by the man she thought it would be a cool life experience she because inmates need medical treatment as well she would go to the joint and when they needed shots or whatever whatever they needed she would give them their shots and stuff just because you know who you know interacting with now heisman trophy winner billy cannon what prison dentist is that true was well it's the time you should go into end goal and fit what he thinks about that does that the admire mouth one hundred percent i admired them and i met her do you know what what you won't admire about her.

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"dr miller" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on 1A

"National recognition and but but then it wasn't really until the nineties when chicago was flooded with young improvisers who had grown up on second on on on saturday night live i should say that that it became a popular beyond anyone's imagining and that sort of the world that we're living in now the world that was created by adam mckay coal bear carell tina fey amy poehler and and that particular generation the generation that grew up watching saturday night live knowing thinking to themselves hey i want to do that i want to improvise no one before heading for thought i want to improvise because it didn't exist you must be reading my script over my shoulder because tina fey was exactly where we were going with our next audio clip from live improv from the archives of second city from 1997 this is an example of audience participation this is tina fey and jenny jal of it are playing characters on a fictitious public radio show on wbz chicago they called it urban wind if that is in a public radio name i dunno in his tina fey is playing the host jenny joel of its his the guest and they asked the audience to suggest a theme for this very stereotypical public radio show to do for their skit the audience suggested the word banana here's what happened and this is wbz chicago national public radio i'm when may have again today on urban wind will be exploring the banana its place and religion and history and art it's a resonance in our lives the banana with me in the studio is dr sasha miller dr miller is a professor of sociology at loyola university and she's written a book welcome dr miller thank you it's a pleasure to be here lynn i've been studying the effective the banana on 20th century civilization and i've written my book the but danette delicate teacher of peace towards mankind.

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"dr miller" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"dr miller" Discussed on Science Friday

"Right or the or the combustion product thereof when so uh the key thing is that the uh the it of california kelly pa has very good guideline factsheet that you can get on the web about how you can minimize potential exposures those material and and what you can do though for example uh you think hit prevent generation of does the the white house that left behind the lot of these alkali hydroxide i can be very fluffy unequally ah disturbed them picked up and down so i want to wear a a high quality and 95 dust mask on where long sleeves long count while on i protection elp minimise any possible exposures who whatever's in the asked the might be there uh dr miller any other health risks from these toxic chemicals that we should know about well certainly uh folks who have preexisting conditions such as asthma and copd um would be far more vulnerable to the toxic effects the inflammatory effects of all of these toxins um if if they briefed that end so yes um enough certainly having on mass to add drink during this cleanup process has really critical for this individuals uh uh let's let's talk about smoke a little bit the what can happen when people are exposed to this smoke after wildfires miller i'm great question so on a shortterm basis um they're actually of a fair number studies observational studies which have reported increased emergency room visits and hospitalization and again those individuals who have preexisting conditions mostly individuals have pre existing respirable trade conditions um and this is immediately following the uh the exposures the that uh with welfare smelled of what we don't know a lot about surprisingly are the longterm effects of these exposures um the population that is smith's wellstudied i'm not surprisingly our firefighters um but even with that group of individuals um the longterm effects have been difficult to on document mostly because it's just flat out difficult to follow up on on some of these individuals what so we don't know alive now let's go to the phones mitch in echoed totti california hi welcome to science friday.

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